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Old   August 7, 2019, 11:56
Default Heat Load Distribution for ABAQUS/CAE
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In Abaqus, I am trying to simulate a heat flux on a graphite rod with two flat faces and three curved surfaces.*The heat flux upon the flat surfaces is uniform in order to simulate a head on plasma.*The curved surfaces should have a higher heat flux magnitude closest to the flat faces. This combination should simulate a heat flux with incoming vector that is normal to the flat surface.*Heat flux should therefore fall off as you approach the center of the curved surfaces. The several methods I have tried are not behaving as expected. Attached is a photo of what I believe the heat flux should look like.*What should the load distribution analytical field be defined as for the curved surfaces?

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